How to Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams: Hiding within the confines of her protective risk-free cocoon, Naya, Professor of Education at a reputable University, has been limiting friends and social events, and throwing herself into her work to ultimately avoid living.
If you need a light romance that’s filled with sweet cookie crumble, then Write Before Christmas by Julie Hammerle is exactly what the doctor ordered. Plagued by a nasty case of writers block and suffering from the pressures fame and fortune has bestowed him, recluse writer M.C Bradford escapes to a […]
Home for the Holidays by Sara Richardson: With a few blessed weeks to escape their lives and their separate struggles, the flower sisters, Magnolia, Dahlia and Rose make a hasty journey back to the winter hills of Colorado to share a supposed last Christmas with their aunt Sassy. Sassy, something of […]
The Flip Side by James Bailey: Heartbreak on the London Eye on New Years Eve, followed by a tail between legs style return to his parent’s house is reminiscent of every comically tragic opening and how we meet Josh, a seemingly ordinary character in a relatively ordinary situation, albeit smothered in […]
The Lost Love Song by Minnie Darke: Sometimes the aesthetic experience of immersing yourself in a beautifully written, and cleverly conceptualized love story is akin to feeling something of the exquisite nature of love itself. Perhaps more powerfully, the love story will serve to remind us that Universal Truths do exist; […]
The Cul-de-Sac War by Melissa Ferguson: Playfulness and whimsy are the key ingredients in this lighthearted read that will successfully distract you momentarily from the more darker and serious aspects of life.
Forgetting You by L.A.Casey: Raising some epistemological questions about the nature of identity and the clear role memory plays in shaping our sense of self, Forgetting You begins with a bang; a young blossoming romance that’s going to go either way and a tragic car crash 7 years on. Initially, […]
All About Us by Tom Ellen: A time jumping narrative is never an easy thing to pull off with a sense of originally, given it has been covered, wrapped up and then bundled away in time-jumping bubble wrap repeatedly. However, All About Us managed to achieve some feats with it’s overarching […]
Simmer Down by Sarah Smith: Having moved from Portland to beautiful Maui after her father passed away suddenly from Pancreatic Cancer, Nikki is faced with the challenging task of trying to fulfill her father’s retirement dream of owning a food truck and developing a high profile business, all the while struggling […]
The Code for Love and Heartbreak by Jillian Cantor: In our truly relative world of grey, this delightfully sweet read is the epitome of Young Adult Romance; its innocence as light as a summer sun shower and its thematic intent as bright as a full moon.